Carol Lendle

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Carol Lendle

I am honored to be raising money for lung cancer research through the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer. My father, maternal aunt and mother-in-law died of lung cancer during the time that almost no one lived beyond a year after diagnosis. My brother, Don Stranathan, and several other cancer warrior friends are now battling this disease. The prognosis is much better than it was 20 years ago but lung cancer is still the #1 cancer killer of men and women in the U.S. Unfortunately lung cancer receives the least amount of government funding for research. This may be because of the stigma of lung cancer that it is a smoker’s disease. 17.9 % of people diagnosed with lung cancer are nonsmokers! Unfortunately most cases of lung cancer are diagnosed in late stages. Please help me honor all of the lung cancer warriors that are bravely fighting this disease by raising money for lung cancer research. More research means more survivors and better survivorship!

Please help me support GO2 Foundation For Lung Cancer by making a contribution to my fundraiser and sharing this page with your family and friends.

Every dollar I raise will advance their mission to change the reality of living with lung cancer by ending stigma, increasing public and private research funding, and ensuring access to care. Together, we can make a difference!



raised of $2,000 goal

Recent Donations

1. JKJan Krahn
Carol, You and your family are such an inspiration to others fighting battles in their lives. Thank you for your selflessness and dedication. I wish I could join your team … next year I will plan other trips around it for sure. Love you and warm thoughts sent your way on this very difficult day. Jan
2. TThe Muhlebach family, Anne, Joe, Cathy, Patti and Mike
In memory of our cousin Don and all he did for lung cancer
3. AEAnne And Mike Ertl
Our deepest sympathies to you and your family
4. DGDon’s Grandkids
In remembrance of Grandpa Don. ♥️ Alicia, Ella, Abby, Caleb and Reed.
5. MBMike Baker
In memory of F.D.N.Y. firefighters who died on 911 and to those that die daily of lung disease
6. Jodi Johnson

Team Breathe